The 2019 Annual Meeting of the American Society for Investigative Pathology will be held in Orlando FL (April 6-9, 2019) during Experimental Biology 2019.
The 2019 Annual Meeting promises to be one of the biggest and best scientific meetings in the history of the Society! Our Annual Meeting represents the very best of both worlds – a small meeting focused on the interests of our members across a wide variety of topics in basic and translational pathobiology, and a large multidisciplinary meeting with four other major societies, enabling our members to interact with investigators across a number of fields of study and see the science they are producing. The 2019 Annual Meeting will feature some new events/opportunities for our members that will enhance the meeting experience and emphasize networking, collaboration, and career development.
As NextGen members of the ASIP, we hope that your laboratory, research group, department, and institution will be represented in Orlando, enabling the larger pathology/pathobiology research community to see your work and get to know you and your collaborators. The abstract submission deadline is just two weeks away on
We look forward to seeing your abstract submissions to ASIP topic categories. Please be sure to encourage your trainees (undergraduates, graduate or medical students, postdoctoral or clinical fellows) to apply for the many travel award opportunities provided by the ASIP. Likewise, if you are an early career faculty member, please consider applying for the George K. Michalopoulos Junior Faculty Travel Awards. Information regarding abstract submission and travel award opportunities can be found
At the American Society for Investigative Pathology, we strive to become acquainted with our early career investigators and/or newer members so that we can provide opportunities for career advancement and the building of national reputations through exposure of research endeavors, recognition of excellent research, and opportunities to interact/network with leaders in the Society and pathology/pathobiology field at-large.
Your participation at the Annual Meeting will enable the ASIP to promote your work on the national/international stage.
We look forward to seeing you in Orlando!